Our Lighthouse bills commemorate the lighthouse, generally a towered structure built on land or on shallow sea bottoms to warn sailors of danger and to provide a guiding beacon. The first lighthouses were wooden structures that frequently washed away in major storms. The first lighthouse made of interlocking masonry blocks appeared in England in 1759, and remained the main structural component until concrete and steel began being used in the 20th century. Brighter electric-filament lamps, better lenses, and better reflectors have enhanced the ability of lighthouses to provide a gleaming light of hope and safety to seafarers. Lighthouses of today are not as likely to be the Light at the End of the Story as they previously were because they are being replaced by radio and satellite-based navigation systems. Get your supply of these interesting historical bills before they go away like the lighthouses of yesteryear!
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